My MS 309 Sub has suddenly stopped working. There is now power getting to it, have done the obvious and changed the plug fuse, does it have an internal fuse or is it likely to be something more serious? Appreciate any help you van give. Cheers Andy
Open up the back of your gale 3080 and check the 2 fuses situated near the transformer.They look like 2 silver cylindrical shapes.Check that they have not blown if they have the will cost you around £2 to replace.Better than the 50 quid you will pay when you take it to your hi fi dealer to open up the back of it.
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Re: No Power - LED not lit.
The Mordaunt Short 309W Sum woofer is an Active Sub woofer, which means it has an internal Amplifier Circuit. In all likelihood some component insude this Amplifier circuitry is faulty. Get a professional Technician to have look. should not really cost you much, unless the Techie knows the cost of Morduant short Speakers and charges you based on this. Cost of Oil change in Ferrari or Beetle is the same, unless the guy tells you that ferraris are costlier, so Oil change is also costlier!
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First of all, nothing wrong with the fuse. A fuse is nothing but a short piece of wire with a resistance value. If the unit turns on, fuse is fine. The fact that the headphones you plugged in are working tells you that the music is finding it's way up to that point. You must realize that the speakers themselves have additional circuitry that the headphones don't use. If you could obtain a diagram for the circuitry you might find that a capacitor or a diode or a transistor got "zapped" when the high voltage was applied.
If you have this diagram and you don't know what component is defective, can you post that diagram and I would be glad to help!
same problem on mine - suddenly no light at all on the touchpad, fridge getting power, haven't heard compressor come on yet but just noted the problem in the last hour. Did you find your problem yet/??
did you turn it off or unplug it? not to sound too obvious, but make sure it's still plugged in properly and the switch is on. if the led is lit on the top, it's getting power, so it's not the fuse. if not, the fuse is located on the power supply board inside the projector. if the led is lit and the fans don't turn on, it still may be a power supply problem. if the fans go on and not the lamp, could be the lamp, ballast, or main board. if you need to send it in for repair, try av solutions in ny. they're really good. www.avsolutionsny.com
I have 2 12" kenwood speakers on a 1000 watt amp ... the other day they cut off but the speakers arent blown, i replaced every fuse in the amp and the amp still cuts on when i turn the car on, yet the amp seems to not be pushing the speakers ...i also looked at the main fuse under the hood of my car but i cant tell whether its blown or not, why is my amp not pushing out any power?
check the power cables on the amp and the inputs.isome time when ground cable disconnect the lioghts will light up any way. depending on the way ur vehicle is ground ed .toyota chssis r usually posite un like the norm which is neg.rating please